Told You Sew

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Dubois Elementary School fourth-grader Emma Mitchell, left, watched as Madalyn Burgan showed her how to stitch the corner of her quilt square Friday afternoon at school. Forty-seven fourth-graders each sewed a square that will be pieced together to form a quilt. The quilt will be sold at the school’s spring fling and the money will be donated to the school’s parent-teacher organization.

 

Dubois Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Leah Weyer explained to students how to stitch their quilt squares Friday afternoon.

 

Dubois Elementary School fourth-grader Emmersen Kalb, left, helped Jennings Neukam sew his quilt square Friday afternoon.

 

Dubois Elementary School fourth-graders Ryia Linne, left, and Aubrey Brown stitched quilt squares at the school in Dubois on Friday afternoon.



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